Evolution of family business : continuity and change in Latin America and Spain / edited by Paloma Fernández Pérez, University of Barcelona, Spain, Andrea Lluch, CONICET, Argentina and Los Andes University, Colombia.

Contributor(s): Fernández Pérez, Paloma, 1964- [editor.] | Lluch, Andrea [editor.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016Description: xvi, 295 pages 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 178536314X; 9781785363146 (cased)Uniform titles: Familias empresarias y grandes empresas familiares en América Latina y España. English Subject(s): Family-owned business enterprises -- Latin America -- History | Family-owned business enterprises -- Spain -- History | Family-owned business enterprises | Latin America | Spain | Familienunternehmen | Unternehmensgeschichte | Lateinamerika | SpanienGenre/Form: History.DDC classification: 338.6/1 LOC classification: HD62.25 | .F293 2016
Contents:
Introduction / Paloma Fernández Pérez, Andrea Lluch -- Latin American multinationals facing the 'new reality' / Lourdes Casanova -- State, institutions and impact of economic policies on the historical devotion of family businesses in Spain and Latin American / Javier Vidal Olivares -- the origins of modern family foundations in Spanish-speaking countries a preliminary study / Nuria Puig -- Large businesses and entrepreneurial familes in Mexico / Mario Cerutti -- Brazilian companies and business groups from a historical perspective / Armando Dalla Costa, Carlos Eduardo Drumond and Jose Maria Las Heras -- Family capitalism in Argentina: changes and continuity over the course of a century / Maria Ines Barbero and Andrea Lluch -- Politics and endurance of entrepreneurial families: the case of 'presidential families' in a Latin American economy (Colombia, 1850-2010) / Carlos Davila -- From the domination by family elites to the presence of multiple players: capitalism in Costa Rica in the twentieth century / Juan Carlos Liva and Erick Guillen Miranda -- Large family businesses in Honduras: the influence of state intervention and immigration in the twentieth century / Allan Discua Cruz, Concepcion Ramos Rodas, Claudia Raudales and Lourdes Fortin -- Between power and the market: an approach to the historical evolution of large family businesses in Spain in the twentieth century / Paloma Fernandez Perez and Pablo Diaz Morlan -- Evolution of the Peruvian large family businesses, 1896-2012 / Martin Monsalve Zanatti -- Large entrepreneurial families in Chile: their characteristics and contribution to the country, 1830-2012 / Jon Martinez Echezarraga -- Conclusions / Paloma Fernández Pérez, Andrea Lluch.
Summary: This book analyses the identity and evolution of the largest family businesses in Latin America and Spain. With contributions from 20 scholars from 12 different countries, the book compares the relationship of families in business within their national economies, foreign capital, migration, and politics.
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Published in Spanish as Familias empresarias y grandes empresas familiares en América Latina y España. Una visión de largo plazo, Bilbao, Fundación BBVA, 2015.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Paloma Fernández Pérez, Andrea Lluch -- Latin American multinationals facing the 'new reality' / Lourdes Casanova -- State, institutions and impact of economic policies on the historical devotion of family businesses in Spain and Latin American / Javier Vidal Olivares -- the origins of modern family foundations in Spanish-speaking countries a preliminary study / Nuria Puig -- Large businesses and entrepreneurial familes in Mexico / Mario Cerutti -- Brazilian companies and business groups from a historical perspective / Armando Dalla Costa, Carlos Eduardo Drumond and Jose Maria Las Heras -- Family capitalism in Argentina: changes and continuity over the course of a century / Maria Ines Barbero and Andrea Lluch -- Politics and endurance of entrepreneurial families: the case of 'presidential families' in a Latin American economy (Colombia, 1850-2010) / Carlos Davila -- From the domination by family elites to the presence of multiple players: capitalism in Costa Rica in the twentieth century / Juan Carlos Liva and Erick Guillen Miranda -- Large family businesses in Honduras: the influence of state intervention and immigration in the twentieth century / Allan Discua Cruz, Concepcion Ramos Rodas, Claudia Raudales and Lourdes Fortin -- Between power and the market: an approach to the historical evolution of large family businesses in Spain in the twentieth century / Paloma Fernandez Perez and Pablo Diaz Morlan -- Evolution of the Peruvian large family businesses, 1896-2012 / Martin Monsalve Zanatti -- Large entrepreneurial families in Chile: their characteristics and contribution to the country, 1830-2012 / Jon Martinez Echezarraga -- Conclusions / Paloma Fernández Pérez, Andrea Lluch.

This book analyses the identity and evolution of the largest family businesses in Latin America and Spain. With contributions from 20 scholars from 12 different countries, the book compares the relationship of families in business within their national economies, foreign capital, migration, and politics.

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Edited by Paloma Fernández Pérez, University of Barcelona, Spain and Andrea Lluch, CONICET, Argentina and Los Andes University, Colombia

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